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  1. #131
    Dingle Cannabis Rehab Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by New fella View Post
    I think itís a weird combination of slowed digestion and the inability to eat releasing certain chemicals from fat cells. Check out roemheld syndrome. Iím not certain but I think the bloating comes from low stomach acid levels and slow digestion leading to carbs fermenting in the gut and releasing gas as well as pressure on the diaphragm from bloating (which increases heart rate and decreases lung capacity). If thatís right the key is low carb diet, protein shakes, lie in positions to release gas etc.
    Think you called it with slowed digestion. I brought it up to my primary doctor who's thinks it's a possibility (withdrawal effect on digestive) . Without getting graphic, food used to make its journey in a day. It takes three since quitting...but it's getting better. Fortunately I've always eaten clean.

    I got scoped on Tuesday. Doc noted minor gastritis and "benign neoplasm". Once the biopsy comes back, it'll rule in/out celiac or h.pylori (not to mention satisfy any hypochondria from googling it lol).

  2. #132
    Leon Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Default Bowel issues day 3

    Hey all, Iím 18 years old and have smoked chronically daily since 13-14. I donít really have any direct problems relating to cannabis and my health, I simply wanted to try and quit for an extended amount of time as a test of self discipline. I never really expected serious withdrawals from cannabis but I guess after being semi dependent on it for years... itíll catch up to you. About 3 days ago i smoked the last of my bud and quit cold turkey after slightly weening off for a week or so before. Really the vivid dreams and insomnia are more of an annoyance, and Iím not having too much trouble coping with these effects, because I slightly expected them. but very minor cramping throughout my stomach starting after maybe a full 24 hours clean has me frustrated, to say the least. For the most part besides a stoner diet, Iíd say Iím otherwise healthy, no clinical diagnosisí as far as I know, and no other symptoms besides maybe night sweats, with that being said stomach cramping and indigestion definitely werent expected in terms of withdrawal symptoms, and genuinely had me confused and slightly concerned... especially when you look up any type of stomach pain and google tells you that you may have some type of more serious condition. With the heightened nerves without cannabis, my will power is definitely being put to the test. I plan on going to the doctor to see if the stomach pains are from something else, but based on what Iím seeing in this forum, I shouldnít be too concerned as Iím not getting any of the more adverse effects. I really appreciate this forum because it definitely calmed my anxiety regarding the stomach pain. However, I made the decision to write this, to help those of you who maybe are facing much worse symptoms, or maybe have smoked for much longer and suffered consequences directly from smoking. With that being said, if some 18 year old kid is willing to give it a shot, with no real serious reason to... those of you who are quitting for a more crucial reason or even to simply improve quality of life. You can do it. Trust me. Itíll get rough but you canít climb up a smooth mountain. Much love, thanks again to those of you who have been open with your symptoms and good luck with your quitting! Hopefully my stomach pain dies down soon, as itís pretty ****ing frustrating, and concerning if I lose sight of the fact that Iím withdrawing.

  3. #133
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

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    I smoked daily for 20 years, I quit 3 months ago and have bad gas too, never had it before I quit. Smells the same no matter what I eat and it's so bad. I really would love to know why this is happening. On a positive note I am eating better than I ever have and my tastes in food has changed massively, actually crave salad and healthy food, less sugar and coffee. Cigarettes taste horrible so I think that will ne the next habit to tackle. I wonder if weed regulates digestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I smoked daily for 20 years, I quit 3 months ago and have bad gas too, never had it before I quit. Smells the same no matter what I eat and it's so bad. I really would love to know why this is happening. On a positive note I am eating better than I ever have and my tastes in food has changed massively, actually crave salad and healthy food, less sugar and coffee. Cigarettes taste horrible so I think that will ne the next habit to tackle. I wonder if weed regulates digestion.
    Hey there
    There is absolutely a weed/digestion link. A pretty big one in fact. Our digestive tract has lots of cannabinoid receptors so is affected by weed. One of the typical affects is it gives you the munchies. When I quit after quite a long run of using cannabis, my digestion was messed up. I had zero appetite for the first month. I lost a fair amount of weight, which was fine for me. Then my intestinal issues started. Gassy and constipated. I have always taken psyillium husk, a fiber supplement, so I upped that and the constipation went away. It all settled down in a few months.

    Just another symptom on the pu pu platter of cannabis withdrawal....

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    Excellent for eating healthier and enjoying it! It is very important for getting better.

    Hang in there!
    John

  5. #135
    Unregistered Cannabis Rehab Guest

    Cool Capsaicin cream (0.075%) for upset stomach after quitting marijuana

    I am 38 years old and have been a habitual smoker for 15 years. I quit last weekend and it was a terrible experience. Severe stomach pain, diarrhea, and no appetite.

    I was desperate so I started looking up remedies.

    I came across several studies that used capsaicin cream (0.075%) to treat this issue. So I went to the drugstore and bought some cream.

    I applied the capsaicin cream around my belly button in a 4-inch radius. My skin kinda burned, but there was much improvement in the intensity of my abdominal pain and nausea in just a few hours after the first application. Four hours later the second application and I was 90% cured of my stomach issues! Now I am applying it just once a day while I am detoxing and I still have no stomach issues.

    Incredible stuff for under $10! Give it a try, what do you have to lose?

    Science stuff: Long-term daily marijuana use inactivates the TRPV1 receptor, which alters your gastric motility, which causes the stomach issues once you quit marijuana. The capsaicin reactivates the TRPV1 receptor restoring normal function of the stomach.

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